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The Club has around 400 members, including about 110 senior players and 230 young cricketers. Cricket practice and playing is provided for both men and women, and for both boys and girls.

Cricketers of all abilities are encouraged to realise their personal potential and to contribute to team success. All players have access to professional coaching from a team of ECB coaches with qualifications from level one to four. From 8 years old, children learn to play and enjoy the game with softball Kwik cricket. From Under 11 to seniors, there is a full fixture list of competitive league, cup and friendly matches to suit all levels of ability. There are 13 age-group youth squads (U11, U13 and U15) for boys and girls; at senior level, there are 8 teams - Four Saturday teams and one on Sunday, with two female teams at weekends and a mid-week side.

High quality youth development ensures that many young cricketers play in senior cricket. A TOP (Talent, Opportunity, Potential) coaching and learning programme helps the more skilled and dedicated young players. Many young cricketers at the Club play at district and county level, with some included in county and ECB national academies, and several at international level. Youth and senior team success in both league and cup competitions is achieved at local, regional and national levels.

A partnership started in 2001 with Somerset Wanderers Ladies Cricket Club, and this led to a merger which places the Club at the leading edge of female community cricket development. Many girls play in predominantly boys teams, and also in senior mens teams.  There are three female senior sides (known as Bath Wanderers) and the Club provides the majority of female players for Somerset and several at international level.

At club level, the performance pinnacle is the men's 1st XI who compete in the West of England Premier League and the National Club Championship and the Twenty20 Championship, and the women's 1st XI who compete in the Southern Women's Cricket League .

The Club has extensive links and partnerships with local schools, other clubs and the county boards of Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.  The Club has a community outreach activity, known as CricketBath, to deliver better learning and participation opportunities for all children and young people (both boys and girls) in the local community-this initiative involves around 2000 participants each year.

Off the field, the Club has a high reputation for sound organisation and management. Good business practices ensure funds are re-invested into cricket.


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